Every Wednesday in January, including Jan. 20, PASSAGES has a virtual program called “Playtime with Pistachio” on their Facebook Live, starting Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Teachers, parents, and children, learn about feelings, safe touch and play, boundaries, consent, and bystander roles of children.
The Reynoldsville/Sykesville Girl Scouts are collecting electronic devices that are still in good condition to give to local nursing homes. They will be wiped of personal data, then set up for older residents to video chat with loved ones. We have a drop-off location at our radio station, 12 W Long Ave, DuBois, 8 am to 5 pm weekdays.
Clearfield Jefferson Drug & Alcohol Commission is interested in educating businesses on opioid use in the workplace. These presentations are designed to be 4 20-minute presentations that would potentially reach employees and/or management during their lunch hour. We are more than welcome to offer these presentations in person or via zoom. The management presentation is set to focus on opioids, specific signs and symptoms of use, drug free workplace, opioids and addiction, risks of doing nothing, and rewards to taking proactive steps. The presentations for employees are broken up into four parts that targets opioid use in the workplace and how that may impact individuals’ lives. For more information on this educational opportunity, please contact Chelsea Clark, M.A., Prevention Specialist, 814-371-9002 x 133.